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THE WILMINGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN;
PRICE ONE CENT.
WILM INGTON, DELAWARE, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1892
PRICE ONE CENT,
2
TtSü
GATTLEMEH SAFE,
TLe Arrested Invaders Now at
Fort Russell.
DTOXIKG'S remarkable stout.
n « Clal
ths Sec
Commision
the Rale of Six Dollars a Day ami
Fifty Dollar» a Head,
That He W
tary of the State Stock
Kill Rustlers at
Klired by
The escort guard comprised
three companion, one of whioh marched
°Y in *, h . 9 roar '." nd "'YÜ 1 "
civided and marching on either flank. The j
caphvofi (Hjoupjed throe wagons m the j
centre ©f the cavalcade. :
At various points along the routo
armed men weru seen, and on several oo
cjwmns cowboys slipped up, an l with six
shooters in thohr hit) pockets Held consul
tation with some of the captives, but not
a shot tViiB fired and no symptoms of
hostility were manifested anywhere.
The cantivo cnttlom-n have not yet
been in the hands of the civil authorities
even theoretically. Deputy Sheriff Role*
is with tho detachment
judicial stepa in what pr
lengthy and expensive, well as famous,
legal war, will probably be instituted at
©me, now that the invaders ©re safely
cut of datiçor from tho rustlers. Excite
ment in Johnson county is dying out,
•nd the small ltvuchiucu arc returning to
their homes.
Douqlars, Wyo., April 23.—Ths cap
tured cattlemen arrived at Fort Russell
this morning. The trip has been a hard
one on both captives and escort, a se
vere snow st«
setting in on the first
day out, and for three days tho expedi
tion faced a blinding sleet and drifting
■now.
«I tho first
isea t© bo a
,
Cfieyennb, Wy., April 23.—A C. |
Dunning, oue of tho party of regulator*
At the i. A. ranch, who cmcruicd him* |
•elf and escaped, is in jail at Buffalo.
•as aiTented on suspicion by tho I
•lieriff aft.«* having been kicked and |
cuffed ab- mi tin* stvests of Bufi.iloas ouo i
©f tho invading army. He states that he !
«ras hired by the ancretary of thor.t ;t >
ftock commiss'fin. Dunning had a letter
in his pocked directed to an Idaho friend,
in which lie â*.-tjU*sod the plan for exter
minating the rustlers. The letter is now
in the possrwion of the sheriff,
lot of other evidence. Dunning rays that
Champion and Itay had b**
And would not have been killed if they
hud heeded the warning. The b' » :u>
flamina, he says, were to get 46 a ua\ und
|5ü apiece for every man killed.
Says lie Wa* Hired Co Murder.
fflo
rit.fi a
J,
ar
.
One result of tho trouble brought !
" "'«r » the probai.lo j
tic Wyoming State
•bout by the cattle
Éttamembt
'vmentof tho \Vvommg State
militia. I ho officers of Compaaios D
•nd E, of Rock Springs and Green River,
»ave turned in their resignations, au l
ethers are expected. Undor the Wyom
«r?g law, in the absence of the governor,
the sheriff may call on tha tioops for I
•id The governor issuod an order ta
the captain of each company, coimnatnl
fcig them to ©boy orders only from tho J
•djutant general. This the ©lficcrs con
Struct os an insinuation that they «y m
(Utilized with the lus liais, and have re- I
signed. Lieutenant Colonel Christmas I
l>i. dyulut» cm. rtmuve. |
Vlclous Uorur.NAtorj Prisoners. I
Hcsiinoi»», V».. April 2J. An ta,
«vil, comnutlsd v«it.r.lay upoa llarry
•ïm-nell, a teameter .4 nu., town, by lire ;
reformatory pneunme. show, the deeper- !
•to character ot some of tue inmate* in
that institution. With hie horse
«u t Yarnell w.os assisting in the exca
vating for the new ward room within
♦l i . ? ® **° I
ths .Icpaty sïç„:;u- |
»a piO j«tu >4 ms
*rs Tioicnuy
•i clul.S.
Che reformatory, and b:*c.
sued to inform
dent on live buy* who
Loiae with stick* ti\e
sesaultad him with stunts
Ykn.cH'ij head won gm it* d hi a
places, and an oflicer
>rho came to Yameli's rtneus, was
«lightly injured. On Thurblay, i
spirit of revenge, a pvk
<rf the monitors over the he id with a
ccol shovel handle, and it w«s thought
intlictad fatal injurkw, a;»«l later, iriilni
sohoolrcicm, on© ot tlia snruly
In^ke a elute over a monitor'
ttti nili U * occurrencoe have been frequent.
.1
Lie institution,
in a
.*k oi
Bizmarek Surd for Iffbcl.
Erulin', April 23.—i5 liter Fusangcl
lus begun a hb*l euit cgsmst Prinooliis*
•quvneo of the
fimick. Tl is
«h fffbr.itod Dot'-bum in
vfiich involved
end coll uric
the Bochum elt-el
ami the incouu u
«dilcd a n©wsprt,i
srresUd for fib.v
Xfiu'.rc. ln .1 un© loith
Imp.iuonmout l«n-fi\e rnunUis. At that
time Bfigiiuivk said in a public sptvx.fi
Clmt the person* whe
Bochum eU-uI industry probably war© in
the pay of foreign goverunumto. Tins
Vfiit supposed ta Lc & rafflmuw to Fus
angle aaid i* the banid of fim CUlUplaliiS
sgnuut i'nucw JbLmaiclr.
1 ' X V.
ami j
atioa of fraud
Rtv
»gair.4 Ducelor Boaro, of
•td.ito, in Buuiium,
*-'R vi >rs. F usiuigol
u Bvchum and v,.s
I
ItbSj.^O
>Eentoucrfi
too
it String
Dcomiu^*« Trial Poufp«/rte«l.
Ür.i.bGTtitKE, April 22.-Tho filial of
•rsdurictc Buil.-y Haoming f »r the mur
der of in© wife, c ulrd in all fiie procowl
logs in AtHhaiU nire. Wdiimaa, Unit
wmig tlie n«mo JXa
Opened yesterday, j no coma loom w u
crowded U> its fullest cap; rAy. 'i lioqu
istoi-s wore doomed to tliuipiiointmr.af,
far Mr. Lylo, oounatl iur the pMAmor, at
once sskod far tui Ldjourmnoufc until
Apnl Zts, aud tliomqiliLutioii w
JJeemmg was ut o
For Mekcla.
*>n and Ah'lTh u.A/! rl lr S3 ;~- T:l, ob Wil
ïho h^Ti'i T ' n A yuul1 ?
who gar. Muhnjvilio aa thoir res&ouMi.
tftoto wrestoilhere an tho charte of li-ius
Jug countorfeit five cent piuhea. 'R t . y
ÿud a Kumbor of poorly executed piectS
their pos«c.e«ion. Oue of tho umn •
ttww a baniful of the spurious ouina :
Into tho strust whoa accused of the
pr in- u ,
:rd lu'l'O,
11£ 4L!
granted.
foiwco b&ui lu thu
jail.
?
•go. Ho wu U? ytius of
j
A Journaiist's Fatal Fall.
Lykciibuko, Vs, April 2S.— Colonol
*V . Abner Estrange, for many yours man
*«f° r Vho Daily News, died yesterday
IioAi lb© effects of a fall which occuned
s fi# vreoiu
Sue.
TtSü
MBS. WALDSH COtmCTBfik
A Second Degree Vefdlot Against the
Young Murderess.
New York, April 38.—The trial of
Mrs. Annie Walden, who shot and killed
her husband, James Walden,
night of Oct. 31 last, ended by the jury
finding a verdict of murder in the second
degree against the defondant. The
has attracted a groat deal of attention
among persons of sporting proclivities,
In which cla«s ©f people both the mur
dered man and his murderess were prom
inent.
tha
James Walden was the
Waldon, tho well known owner and
trainer of thoroughbreds. He met his
wife at the races, where sho was known
at« Mr»*. Delmar, although she had never
been married. Young Walden—he xraa
then only 19 years old—became infatu
ated with the woman, and shortly «fier
their acquaintance they were married at
Ctundon, N. J. Their married life,
cording to the tale told by ths wife, was
" roil mined ÂÙ JtîSgfi and «Ä
j learned that ho was frsummtly
j the company of other women. When
: eho upbraided him he accused her of
faithfulness and often beat her severely,
This condition of aifai
til Mrs. Walden
at
to
of Feter
sc
continued uu
her husband, ou
the night of Oct. 31 laut, come out ef tho
house of a woman whom sho lmd begged
her husband to coass vbiting. She
proachod him on the street, and he re
torted that he vn
pleased. She then tir
sho had concealed in her bosom, and fired
the fatal shots.
rould go wherev
revolver which

a
Death of Inv
Cowles.
Cl.EVKr.AND, O., April 23.— Eugene II.
Cowles died at El Paio, T
•rrhsga of the lungs. T
bis brother, A. 11. Cowles, ho invented
the process of snaking alumini
niouau of electrical heat,
ltnd the
, of liem
tlier with
by
lio also iu
, erhead trolley system of
| propelling street cars by electricity. Mr.
Cov les was best lcuowu to the reading
| public bv his long standing dfiagres
nunt wiiii his wife, bis abduction of
I his 10 year-old daughter
| bis eapturs in 3i sitn al, wi;
i ßi*«d. in the neck by C. C. liale, his
! brother-in-law. Mrs. Cowles secured a
> divorce a year later, and Cowles im
mediately married Mi.se Lue
when
Florence,
i
ho w;
jschlasfl, to
ho had paid attention lor so
time before, liale
fur shooting Cowles, it being
that ho acted in self defense.
-1
i lent
a
Fatally Inj it teil
ho Rail.
TViLKESBAima, Pa., Ajiril 23.—'Bquiro
ho served many years
ho Eighth ward in
•as struck by a pair
Goorgc S. Urotf, \
. £ia an t:Merman of
! train on tii^Leli^h"'Valley railnS
j terday and fatally hurt,
to tiro ho nital.au«! I
I
to tiio ho j»ital, and has not
D consciou.v.i. sn hat is «iiîikinu- f. - n»
v,:t, deaf, and did" Abt" r* the train
l He is over bO yean old
the Union ,
vunced year* !jo
I alderman until a
ta
J New Jersey at the* Fair
Chicago A m il '>3 — PraaiiW nw,«
Senator and ^5' Ä M
I vVrr',l!i bir t»
I of xi* hiïnv ï aiï''i
| thilt stut0i )mïe „turncxj east. Bo
I ÂÎjtÂ^vÂAbhXhtoitaB!
th# national commw-iom-i-a anj tl,«
members of the «tut« L..,;u -,1 dmim- tl.»
; dejicatory cn.tmmi« mut October, uni
! «l», for the opening of the *xtio»itio*
in 1
I wax struck by lightning
| fc u if a ,lnz™ per«»» iulns c<
prostrated. A iiors «3 i
taken

• ! a vet« ran of
in spite of his ad
army
a
months ago,
selection.
vfit
he was defeated lor
f«.
r
Deadly Lightning Clashes.
\v Oiti.RANS, April 23.— During a
thunder 8 l<«nn here .Jcannot Iiernadct
and killed, and
Nr
a
pany were
and inulo
At Abjeyvillc, Ln., the barn on
Mr. Le Blanche'* piece was struck by
lightning. Armtide Langlingn
killed and two other perbous injured.
Two mules were killed.
.1
a
a
Two Killed by a T
ArnUlIN, N. Y., A'nil £3.
lin.
-Hoyt Lud
!<■*
d Ar.ios W ill:
•. of (
i by a Lehigh Valley train aitout ö
►fk in tho evening two miles this side
i. A train from the north
i
©f L
struck them, killing Mr. Ludlow in
stantly. lie jutves a. wife and four chil
Mr. Wlliiiiid lived but a t«w
dr«m.
lit os.
in
j
I
in
To Die in J
Newbtt.o, n. Y., April
the murderer of Mrs. (.Ire,
tcuced by Judge Bartlett to suffer .
by electa i *ir.y in fcing Uir.g state prison j P
flume time in tlie week b-ginning Juno
very pale when sentenced,
j but ben ay cd lots emotion tliaa ho did
wneu the verdict of guilty was rendered.
-MeGuir
of
ry, w
death 1 f
I 6. Hj wi
C'orrlg
Will Not be Cardinal.
R'.mh, April 83.—Tio ri'I'o lms defl
B'.ti-l.v n-fuaeJ the request tl. ,t lieul«vitU '■
An-hliuiuip CuiiiKau. Ot New Yui-k, to
tlio esfeimoioto. w is thought that tins i
awdsfun is tlui cousoquoiiec- of the antug- I
ouistn bottveen tho moll bishop auJ tar- r
diuul Gibbous.
I
I
!
of
u
at
The collector of custom* »t Port Town
Miitl, Wash., Las officially ssi/ofi tho
Steamer Michigan, which plies along tho
coast. The vcssol was boaixlod aud ^5,0é , 0
ribnafi opium seised.
of Tliomns P. Boal, re- !
«river of t! v Maverick bank, timt. tin* bank
t<- inclufiofi among the creditor« of Asa P.
rotter and Jonas H. French, has been
granted in Boston by Judge Nulsou of the
United States district court.
Detroit capitalists lu
Ç^" 1 c "{„
Tub acre., six mile., from the Detroit city I
L " 11 ' Tl, ° I'll«« is M. 000,0«. The log I
cabin aad l00a<TM ar« rwn-eJ I
»-• , . ,
y Governor Ni coin, of Louisiana, reprieved
î, 1 ijV"î S^ h v lUl}A .. uat ' l the boa «l of
• P® rdonBcan »ctiea m his case. D.-a
: waî, î° ha /" han H«d yesterday
* ür murder of Juliotte Dioscb, the 12 -
, year-old daughter of Jules Die&ch.
Worth cf co
The petitU
ooncludcd
-Senator
farm of
of
A
R. G. Uuptili, a glass manufacturer at
? Anderson, lud., claims to have discovered
the lost art of coating glaas tubes, which is
known to have been practiced by tlie
Egyptians. He has interested capitalists
iu his in vent-ion, and has or&cled a foundry
at Pendleton. The glass tubes are suit
j ablo for sewer, g«n> and water mams
SHYER DISCUSSION.
1
A National Motallic Convention to
So Held in May.
AH IHTEMATIONAL CONFERENCE
Will ProltaMy be Called by the
President Early in tho S
p Senators Stewart and Teller Can
See Ko Practical Benefit in the
Conference.
Washington, April 23.—Tho national
«ilver committee, at its meeting yester
day. decided to call a national metallic
convention, to meet in this city on Thurs
day, May 26. 1893. Tho formal call,
which will be acoompanied by a brief ad
dress, will be issued this evening.
an opou secret that the
preeidont is endeavoring to secure
international conference on the silver
question, the closest reticence in regard
to the whole subject is maintained at tho
White House and the state and treasury
departments. It is understood that the
president has practically completed
rangements for such a conference, to be
held ©arlv next summer, and that invita
tions will be issued within a few
Silver Senators Protest.
Senat«* - Stewart is outspoken in his
cliaractoriaat ion of tho pi
tioneerittg device, absolutely devoid of
any honant purpose to can y out tho
press declaration of congress in favor of
the full remonetization of silver,
tor Teller does not see how the confer
ence can havo any prr.< lirai re ult in
view of tho insurmountable limitation
to be placed upon the confer
ill g to tlie report. Tho senator hinted
Huit the administration, and not Great
reported, had really secured
the limitation of tho subjects to bo acted
upon by the conference to th© considora
the enlarged nso
cy, and had prevented
ion of the question of the
a of securing free coinago of
id other silver
tors entertained the same belief, that the
conference would come to nothing unless
it was allowed to consider tho fr
ago question.
While it i
HI
eks.
elec
,accord
llritain.
tion of means so a a
of silver nu
tlie cotwider
beat linn
silver. He h«»ld
coiu
Jaeger*« Stealings Gr
Bkrun, April 23.—T1
tiona of CKfchior Jae^ei
cliilda' banking ho
<ng.
total d:*f
of th«* K
a
imount to
days before ab
j ,1 for the bank a ehe« k
.0'*,
T\
mg Jneg
for 1,733.000
bank of Ge
Rothschilds. JaVg
Hid intend up f
Hi'lts from the i
.1
od ths chock
house 63.Mii)
c]>osit'*d. Part oi v'.:n
.1 to pay his most pi
l© believed
t 1
balance he
debts and the roat
wilh him. Tl
puli«.*© In.
bt «
un:
to find «any trru
•f bi
in D ir
stadt
• and th
his wav to
il. Tin R.
vincod that he i
Stab s
a reward of 1,000 marks
U
• Ur
liildi offer
his arrest.
There Mny bo a Duel,
London, April 23.—Borrow© and Mill
bank vanished from
and os mysteriously
York twi
uulden'iv
they di
week*
>P'
frt
r.
E
aetly who
they have g«
no
seems to know, but if stau
to friends her** justb
ure are to bo relied n
ill light » duef. When Millbank
nts ma !«
their depart
ul Et
. F«
r
loft tho
ir.tr to Pa*
oy hotel h
1 he w.
:
»U«l Si
!u
<t;*y
At Burro
1 «*]
two.
g it is r,
ported that he hna gone to i
ims none to Calais. Tho latest plume «vf
tj.ri dawdling affair seuma n> lmv
in it.
sei
r
8 «®
a Wedding.
April 23.—At :
ding H«*nry Davis, a
ikel into
Lotmsa. K
i :1
riled 1
ml
wn.iout provocation ov warning st-niHc
Noah Mead, aged 21, in the temple
a knifu. Mead
Lui raieed up and
d Davis d.
with his fist. A m h il© f
while on th? flour l).*.vi* :
in tl:e heart. Mead die«]
redding baited ;
continued after th© ext*.
. Tho trouble was an old lei.4.
tl.
i
1 Mead
•*b
;t«
L'r.vri fled. Tl
i ■.
wae> ovt
ftix Mi
Iths fo
I>:i nk 1
May's Landino, N. J., A:
Cashier Oliver R.Dnnkb
Merchants' bank, of All.
j whs convicted in coutr
I embezzling
T.x
f th
cfcl.fd
.otic City, who
>n a charge of
T :jfc*.tH<0 «ff this banks
a n toure 1 to six nu nrhs' irn
j P
l>
1 f 11 ? 10
lient by Judge Reed. I).
ht into court leaning b
stable«, ;
ily on
feeble that hie
two c
COUld
cancer,
live out his
le i
d his phyf i
-■ »enl'*;.cü.
sty he cam
'■
i
I
r
l:*» ii
n Ditch.
T.os An
V. April 93.
southeni F a
A P" r -
KLB
trai
the
wt. t ked
Lagupra. t
tho t
!o a h
h Kitfr»
it:
tof Yu
rvmniu
1
d 1
;1
[ cal tie.
I Thu engine
I ini«» the ditch. Engin
! Fireman Lut timer wer
the \vr©<
Wily th
cident.
1
M;t
r flolliilu)
both c.au;l
I
!
I
I
I
Tho latt
lie died shortly after the ac
injured .s
A Blood "Bout" in N
Nkw York, April 23.—
Beene of blood ami excitement last
Niblo's Gar.lun, when Jim Hall
Jim Choynioki mot. Hall's opponent
was Jerry flattery, of this city, and
Chuynwki's was Tommy Ryan, of Cin
cinnati. Both Bkitteiy and Ryan w. re
knocked out. When liyan left the ring
dih blood.
York.
Tl. re
-ht
d
his face whs
Heirs to fl Mammoth Fortune.
Salbu, O.. April 28. —Two brothers,
George and Honry Kelly, of this city,
have fallen heirs to $40,000,fXM) in the
Lehigh Valley coal regions. The land is
>\v controlled by the Lehigh Naviga
tion and Coal company. Judgo White,
of Bolts» ville, Pa., is at work on the case,
and is confident of establishing the claim.
A Csnadinn Conspirât
(jUBRno, April 23.— R. H. McGreevy,
charged with ooin,piracy, who fled re
cently to New York, yesterday
rendered to tho authorities and waa
teaced to one yç&f'a HspiiAouxuunt.
Sentenced.
sur
SuU
Eight Immigrants Injured.
Ptitsb rno, April 33— By the coll Won
of two trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad at Salisbury Junction eight im
migrants were injured, three ef them,
Michael Lvgjp, Michael Britt and Anton
Laauak. Poles, seriously. The train tras
running; in two sections. At Salisbury
Junction the first section stopped to take
on an extra oar and the rear brakeimui
started back to flag the other section, but
it seems that the train was following
closely that there was not time to flag or
te slow up. Tho engine of the second
tion ran into the last car of the first.
The injured were, with one exception,
ticketed to Pittsbnrg.
Tried to Drown Him.
Vienna, April 23. —A dispatch from
Rohatyn, in Austrian Galicia, give» brief
details of an outrageous and cowardly
attack made upon Dr. Dzerowica, a high
ecclesiastical dignitary who resides at
that place. Dr. Dzcrowics was walking
in tho vicinity of the town
suddenly set upon by two ruffians armed
with cudgels, who beat him severely.
Mis asMivilrtNts then carried the doctor to
the river ami threw him in.
passers by heard his cries, and rumutig
to the river they succeeded, after muck
difficulty, in rescuing him. The two
made their escape.
Three Killed Under a Wall,
Jonksboro, Term, April 23.—Seven
men were building a wall in the court
house. On account of poor mortar the wall
fell, burying five of tlie men. Bruce
Kriridge, Grant May and Joseei, H. Wil
o taken out dead, and Eli Mo
and Mtv re Snodgrass wer« fatally hurt.
Two other men were seriously hurt by
jumping from the wall. Th«*y caught a
pole and were left hanging forty feet,
the ground. Tlio other men fell
forty feet to the ground.
hen lie was
Borne
fro
Convict M« Cue Arraigned.
Philadelphia, April 23.—Convict
■William McCtie. who is charged with
the murder of Keeper James A. Bloom or,
of the Eastern penitentiary, where Mc
Cu© was serving a tan years' sentence,
- - 2 rr:::igncd before Judge Penny
linker and pleaded not guilty, undo:*
structions «if Honry C. Hawkins, who
wok appointed to act as his couustd tem
poraiily.__
St on* f«»t* Congress
RrtAiroRD, Pa., A
public»
Tw«
il 23.— Th« Pé
ri f créés of -he
Fr!!
'■ongresMo
:nty seventh district met at K
yesterday. Harrison
liubrsed. »nd C. A.
Bated for congres». ' W. \V. Biuw
Bradford, und Thomas B. Simps«
Oil City, wt-re electwd delegntcs to the
national
■I
lai
St,
nomi
. of
A Fa la I Tr
! At L
boys w
Point Pleasant. W. Yv, April 23 —
, this county, while so
seeing
is young
ho could make the
whips, Willie Con
v hip out did
his tl
•.king
agud 14, with a l.'rge
the others, but foil dead l
from over exertion.
CâTâEEl^OMDEIi
fi
For over two years my little girl's life
was made miserable by a case of Catarrh.
The discharge from the nose
constant and very offensive. II«
U large,
ey«3 b«
came inflamed, the lida swollen a.-.J very
painful After trying varie
edies, I
gave her S. 3. S. The fi st bottle aeemed
to aggravate the disease, but th? symptoms
d in a short time sue w
abated
;
ed.— Dr. L. B. Ritchbt, Mackey t Lid.
O «
1 u.u.o.
hr.* a
irondeifful effect on
i. It is harmless
but powerful io fc-rce out the poison.
Child rt
bjnd for c.i
Beok, mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
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PATAPSCO
SUPERLATIVE
FLOUR.
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JOS. F. REINHART,
Iso. 2U South Fi'ont ob. i
GLOflUt If. McCALL CO..
Lei
Agents
;h V.*:icy toa.'s
Linie, Sono, Oeiiisut,
FIRE BRICK, FIRE ÜLÂY, MARBLE
LUST, CALCINE F LASTER
U:d GOAT and DATILc
HAIR.
Gfcrgi H. McCall Ccajwj
î
rplioue No
675.
d Shipley and r.
-ichtll
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U. 27 t
1.
Ill
□ AL,
— nv Mi'.»NS OF oL it
SELF SCREENING BINS,
A l.i. Coat. Dem vet
OCR CCrfTOMKI
iS CLEANED OF DUST AND DIRT.
Wo are furnishing the best coals
mined and at summer prices.
G. W. BUSH &. SONS CO
FRENCH STREET WHARF.
SHATTERED NERVES.
Fe? rful Result of Neglecting Weak
Nsrves«
Cl
Pvt
nltifMf Bn
till* B«a»<
ivfntlvc Ai>ln*t the Terrible
W •*kn«'»n Sa»» Your Braiu und
Nerve Ki
flu •
£4 « 1-1
Nerve* lu Tin»«.
of th* Year.—A
"Shot himat'lf d.-<nb" Why? Grain exbaus
from overwork,
tluii and shattered
fret, worry. Men and women
their brains, cxUaustir-r their
physh at airengtli. until elpeple?* n *ht-, fail
in* at l ength. nervous exhaustion, paralysis,
insanity or death follow.
They are warned of their doom by st rature
aen at Inns. dull, dizzy, bad-feeliiiff head,
laria, irritability.
, trembling, «old
rvotis and |ihjrsl
diseased,
ar« danger aiunalt.
ade
ojnsness.
nights, 1 1 red waking,
im
of
oui exliuu^tioi). kidney sud II
constipât
this so
Tlies*
all the
orse by Spring Debility,
i ip also, has made
symptoms
Th«
suicides than
rit always leaves
with weak nerves, exliautt
I
•fl « tn-rglss. blue aud dtpi
bilitated in bi.dy.
bed
«*.* Use Dr. C,
e's N'er
nerve, brain aud blood
you a clear brain,
and s »und health. Purely vegetable
inlcis. Sold by dru^ff su. 11.
iviira, aud this gt
I
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'll
1 rm
1 1
ri'jÿ
.T Sg
n it
V duty
t'a?» public to
th
Dr. Green»- « Nevvu
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t to offi«
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till
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tho merits of
Dr. Giu
t IIAHLÎ S IT. HODOnn.V,
85 Dann «t., Seinen
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New V
lllj
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.er. Call o
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hin
bit
till
t nui a li*ti
i-viiij: aJv!
lully explaining
•e. See. ir!l! l>«» re
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BREAKFAST DISH
-ron—
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W.
P"©f3T
pco
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I i .. L X» ^ U'ik a
f.nraciioiis.
Prices, Hats!,
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484 MARKET ST.
1
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t'iiii—î
ja
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'SaÇ'âti-'o.'DEtlS FILl.EONi^ïF^
VOU tHINK VOUg EVES ARE COOO !
If you have th
fri-T that there
>u will prohablf
era examined y
in .''«mi et hing wrong with them,
and that gltt-'-w-s will I*» a sreai halo to you.
Wo u-teInimitable "I»IA 111 Ml" kntea.a'hirh
<1e only by lu. and r,-roranier«w.d by l«*<i
«letertiveTUio».
fclt'l Gold SpeetadM 83.0O| usual r.rice 6r,.no
:LSpectate* - - .eoj itaual price J .rn
ifiO'.al hyea inserted 4.oui uaual pH« 9 lO.tiQ
Z!fÆffiÂN&BR0.|l30 S. »Hath 8t
•JPTIC! ANS . I PH I L AO E L f* Kl A«
tow'bP'SAn Cflc; nue a
in# Oculists
ROW IS
The time for you
to procure a bar
gain for yourself or
boys', as I am
going to have
grand house clean
ing this next week.
Everything that
was left from tho
old stand, S. E. cor.
5th and Market
streets, has been
collected together,
and I will sell them
at just half price.
There might be
something among
them to please you,
if not, I have an
elegant line of
brand new styles
just in from the
best makers in New
York and at very
low prices. Como
in and see us. All
goods marked in
plain figures. One
price to all
a
1
T. II. Peuuoek
408 Market St
fl~-V- S&uv-jÿ&srr- V-3Ï
Delaware j
DAWKINS â CO,,
J 7 I 2 Market Street,
WILMINGTON,
Buy
sei NU'.AT. ESTATE
• Privet .» Sales.
Rent. Bon.-.
ml take
males for real
lents ana estates
I
:
charge of |
dents.
Oi dueo:
Iff ring
anxiot
person*, thus re
I
:erning tenants,taxes !
desirable first
li
t. money
tp&Çrà. I it y or
re Mortgages, 1
Pr -p
Wills, Agi
doeu
Collect
ils. B
I other l«'gul
t moderate.
.
i
hi
S, I
t Dividends
d mat;
I't retur
ruth
pr
lie
.ed statements.
111
11 kinds and
cuts In tin» best and
thell
1 most reliabl
[ nmus.
JA l I
promptly adjusted.
cured for o
iull-*-tf
»to til
;
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S
GED. H. HOLLIS,
ii
NO. 9 E, FOURTH STREET,
rSEZSSSSESWESEZ
I CARPET.
STOVES,
FURNITURE,
GASOLINE STOVES,
REFRIGERATORS.

1
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Cash or histaMnients. §
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HANHOODRESTORED
Nerve Seeds,'
edy
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by
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Ti
pit
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iWltb Vvj
» for SI.
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1. 1
fiK-asBmrias.rwsit
r.vi-'
Tut iKn trtit, „uia.
.. ( hlci
I
Our inereas e d
sales on fine made
clothing tho past
few weeks has prov
en to a general pub
lie that you can buy
clothing from us as
cheap on easy pay
ments as you can
from cash houses.
The secret is in tho
buying, therefore
the prices are right
to the buyer
Tho largest as
sortment of styles
in Spring and Sum
mer clothing ever
shown by our house,
to which we invite
your inspection. In
men's suits we have
them from $8,50 to
$ 20 . 00 ,
shades, colors,
styles and makes,
Grand Army suits
genuine Pontoosuc
and Slater flannels,
warranted fast 'col
all
in
ors, $10, $12 and
$15.
Bays 14 to 19
years' suits, a beau
tiful line of tlio
popular browns just
put in stock, $G to
$15.
CHILDREN'S SUITS
4 to 14 years, al.$ - 2.ö0 to $8.
Latest désigna, single and
double-breasted, "marked in
j plain figures. *
BABY COACHES
A beautiful lino
just arrived, selling at $7.50
to $'22. Carpets, furniture,
cor.clies, stoves, dress goods,
I millinery, at cash, weekly or
: monthly pa} monts.
!
i
Edw. H. Brennan,
SUCCES sm TO
PHIL J. WALSH & GO,,
553 masse: stsezt,
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II
Tl
y
I
820-822
MARKET 3T
•f
WILMINGTON.
FURNITURE
—AND—
CARPETS
1
Fine Gah
Chamber Suites,
Consisting* of
Bedsteads,
Bureaus,
Bevel Plate Glas»
and Combination
WASH STANBS
the low price
at
o]
$ 15.00
OAK SUITES,
of
finer quality
proportion.
in
PARLOR SUITES,
7 pieces, $35, in
Plush or Hair Cloth.
Oak Extension Tables
$5.
Dining* Boom Chairs
high back, $1.50 to
$2.50.
Hall Stands for $6
to $35.
Bed Springs $1.25
to $0.50.
Ingrain Carpets,
part wool, 35c.
Ingrain Carpets,
all-wool filling, 75c.
Ingrain Carpets,
extra fine, 85c.
Good Brussels from
05c to $1.25.
Samuel Speakman,
820-822 MARKET STREET.

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